The Evangelism Board welcomes people into St. Luke’s community of believers and cares for the congregation. We live out the gospel of love, creating a supportive church family.

To create a welcoming atmosphere on Sunday mornings, our friendly greeters will meet you at the door. We want our members and visitors to get to know each other personally. After the service we serve refreshments and this is a great opportunity to chat with each other. If you’re a new visitor, we have a small gift to express how glad we are to meet you.

To encourage true friendships to form within the congregation, we organize small diners’ groups throughout the year. Singles, couples, and families are organized quarterly into small groups that meet for dinner once a month. You can meet at a restaurant and split the check, provide a meal in your home, or include an activity along with dinner – there’s no one way to do it! This fellowship opportunity helps our members get to know each other and form strong bonds with their fellow churchgoers. Fostering personal relationships is an essential part of St. Luke’s ministry, because we want our members to feel like they belong to a true church family.

We reach out to members who can’t physically attend our services – bringing them cheer, praying for them, and keeping them connected to the church body. Every other Tuesday, Pastor Carl and a member of the congregation visit those who are sick, in the hospital, in care homes, or housebound. Let us know if you would like to accompany us.

The Evangelism Board helps manage many of St. Luke’s annual events.

We begin the year with our Epiphany Breakfast.

Lenten services are informal and begin with a Potluck Soup Supper. Easter Breakfast is served between the first and second services.

Father’s Day is recognized with a Pie and Ice Cream Social. Mid-July is our time to enjoy Root Beer and Orange Soda floats.

We have an annual congregational BBQ Picnic and a potluck to commemorate the Reformation. 

Our annual congregational meeting, on the second Sunday of December beginning with a potluck luncheon.

As you can tell, we enjoy providing meals that give our congregation the opportunity to fellowship, worship, and eat together. Come visit. Come worship. Enjoy.

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